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Student sitting in the music building with his trombone
Front shot of the NEW music building
Jennifer Mendez, student clarinet player
Percussion Ensemble outside of the NEW music building
Luis Sanchez, Piano and Keyboarding Professor

Kay George

903-886-5460 
Kathryn.George@tamuc.edu

Kay George

Soprano, Kay George has sung leading operatic roles across the United States including most recently Donna Elvira in Don Giovanni with Pensacola Opera, Nedda in I Pagliacci with Asheville Lyric Opera and Manon with Baton Rouge Opera. She is a Metropolitan Opera National Council finalist, a winner of the Borchers Prize through the National Association of Teachers of Singing Artist Award and a national finalist in the National Federation of Music Club Young Artist competition. Ms. George is a frequent song recitalist and oratorio artist having recently sung the soprano solos of the Mozart Requiem in the area. Oratorio performances also include the Brahms Ein deutsche Requiem, the Vaughan Williams Dona nobis pacem, and the Haydn Nelson Mass.

Ms. George was named artistic director of Voces Intimae: the Art of Song for the 2019-2020 season. She is currently in the final year of the DMA program  in voice and opera at the University of North Texas. Kay holds a Bachelor of Music in vocal performance from Louisiana College, a Master of Music in vocal performance from the University of North Texas and completed post graduate studies in voice and opera at Louisiana State University. She has served on the faculty of Richland College in the Dallas County Community College District where she taught applied voice, diction and opera workshop. Ms. George served on the voice faculties of Dallas Baptist University and Southeastern Louisiana University where she taught applied voice, vocal literature and diction. In the winter of 2013 she taught voice and opera through the Sound Thinking Australia summer course in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia.